This survey is now closed!
Cricket Yorkshire is doing a survey which aims to hear from players, officials, spectators, clubs and leagues on the state of the grassroots game and what the future holds.
We want to receive your feedback to understand the challenges, successes and current thinking in this most extraordinary of seasons.
Did you enjoy your cricket this year? What worked well (or not) as a player, umpire, scorer, club official, coach or spectator?
From a cricket club perspective, what has been the financial impact and how many wanted to play cricket?
I’d really appreciate you taking 5 mins to do this survey and let me know your thoughts (your answers will be anonymous).
DEADLINE: Sunday 20 September 2020.
Your responses will be used on the website to assess the impact of coronavirus on recreational cricket and to look ahead.
The goal is to put together an article in a fortnight with an end-of-season snapshot of opinion and discuss some of the issues raised.
Its success lies with how many do this survey.
Please share it (Twitter/Facebook buttons below) with your cricket network, clubs and leagues!
Thanks for reading, John
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Holly Orchard says
As a scorer I was eager to “get the game on” as I’d missed my second family. The only negative would be that we were unluckily with the weather and had to use the electronic devices out in the rain. I think that all players and officials were proactive in sanitation and distancing.
John Fuller says
Thanks Holly, nice to hear from scorers, you’re a vital part of cricket! If you get a chance, would welcome your views with the CY survey and anyone else you think might be willing to do it.
Agree about the weather recently, especially when you think back to March and April!